Swift Parrots in Batemans Bay right now!

Subject: Swift Parrots in Batemans Bay right now!
Date: Mon, 15 Apr 2002 12:41:22 +1000

News hot off the press!
Anthony Overs has just seen (about 10 minutes ago) 30 Swift Parrots flying north from Bateman's Bay Hospital where there is plenty of lorikeet activity amongst some spotted gums.  As usual they were living up to their name and flying at amazing speed but they must be heading for some good tucker to the north of the bay so keep your eyes and ears peeled and please let me know if you see any,

Debbie Saunders
Swift Parrot Project Officer
NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service
Threatened Species Unit, Southern Directorate
PO Box 2115 Queanbeyan NSW 2620
Ph: (02) 6298 9733  Freecall: 1800 66 57 66 Fax: (02) 6299 4281

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